Sunday, July 26, 2015

SPEECHES

Don't forget to add your speech link to the shared Doc.  This will save me getting LOTS of emails and it makes it easier for me to manage the feedback, etc ;-) (Not that I don't appreciate your emails, of course!!)

You will also need to add your speech to your Oral Language folder on Hapara - that means that you don't have to share it with me as it's already shared in that folder.  I can just go in and have a look and give you feedback on your progress.

Don't forget to check out the Speeches page on the blog - there are lots of resources on there and I keep adding to them.  If you find great examples of speeches, please let me know, or add them yourselves.  :-)  Lots of new resources on there including an interactive planning tool from Read, Write, Think - a Persuasion Map - excellent resource!




Sharing Rita Pierson's speech with you again on here - just because I love it and it's why I teach and learn...





7 comments:

  1. thats really cool have fun

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    1. What did you like the most about her message Ryan?

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  2. I'm reeeeally looking forward to speeches :D

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    1. You have such an awesome attitude towards your learning Emma. You are incredibly motivated which is fantastic!

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  3. That is such a great speech. All teachers should aspire to be like Rita Pierson. Or Mrs Hughes. :)

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    1. Thank you Darcy. That is a huge compliment. If I can be half as good as Rita Pierson I will be happy. She was a wonderful woman and teacher wasn't she.

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  4. I agree with her. She has a really good message from what I think. Even though some might be a bit old for me, I still kind of understand the meaning behind it.

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